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Fonkoze

Brian Kemper

Fonkoze was founded in 1994 by Father Joseph Philippe, a Haitian priest who wanted to enable the rural poor in Haiti to organize themselves economically. Since then, Fonkoze has grown into a globally recognized institution with 46 branches covering every area of Haiti, providing both financial and development services including …

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VisionFund Ecuador

Brian Kemper

Resourceful business owners can generate a reliable source of income through a small loan. A thriving business will support a family, so that they can feed their families and ensure their children stay in school. Many of the poor are hardworking, resourceful and determined to solve their own problems. Without …

Banigualdad

Brian Kemper

Whole Planet Foundation funds microcredit in Chile with Banigualdad. The mission of Banigualdad is to deliver quality microfinance services in an efficient manner and to the poorest sectors of the country, promoting social and economic development over time. The lending methodology is exclusively collateral-free loans and group lending along with …

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Banco do Povo Crédito Solidário

Brian Kemper

Banco do Povo Crédito Solidário began operations in 1999 as a nonprofit organization offering microcredit through solidarity group lending methodologies focused on the poorest segment of the population in Brazil. BP has a strong social mission of poverty alleviation and is one of the only organizations in southern Brazil offering …

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Banco ADOPEM

Brian Kemper

Banco de Ahorro y Crédito ADOPEM, S.A. (ADOPEM), a member of the BBVA Microfinance Foundation, is a financial institution that works for vulnerable people through financial inclusion that became a bank in 2005, although it has been providing loans for nearly three decades as an NGO. Banco Adopem provides tailored …

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Adelante Foundation

Brian Kemper

We work with Adelante Foundation in Honduras. Adelante Foundation’s mission is to improve the standard of living of extremely poor women in Honduras. Since 1999, Adelante has provided microloans so these women can start and grow their own small businesses.